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    ADS-B using telebit TV Tuner

    Hello all,
    I want to ask you, can I create a ADS-B Receiver using my Telebit TV Tuner It's an USB 2.0 TV tuner. Here is what it look :
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    There is a USB port, Line out, MMI, and Antenna Input.

    Thank You!

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    You could try - it depends on the chips inside the device.

    The R820T device that does work is just €10 on ebay if the telebit wont work.

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    Thanks for the reply peterhr,
    But how the RTL1090 does't found my TV tuner?
    Anyone can help me?

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    If you've already used it as a TV tuner you may have installed the wrong USB drivers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fauh45 View Post
    Thanks for the reply peterhr,
    But how the RTL1090 does't found my TV tuner?
    Anyone can help me?
    Not all DVB-T receivers can tune to 1090 MHz. Make sure you buy one with either the RTL2832U/E4000 or newer RTL2832U/R820T chip/tuner combinations.

    If not mentioned chipset in your tuner, rtl1090 will not recognise it.

    If it is mentioned chipset you have to follow this http://www.flightradar24.com/dvbt-stick steps to install it.

    "Telebit tuner" is NOT enough info to help you.
    For official support use Contact Form

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    Thanks Amper and Anmer, I will try with zadig first

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